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52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

 


‫52 [باون]‬

‫سپر مارکٹ میں‬

 

 
Shall we go to the department store?
‫کیا ہم سپر مارکٹ چلیں؟‬
kya hum super chalein?
I have to go shopping.
‫مجھے خریداری کرنی ہے‬
mujhe khareedari karni hai
I want to do a lot of shopping.
‫میں بہت کچھ خریدنا چاہتا ہوں‬
mein bohat kuch khareedna chahta hon
 
 
 
 
Where are the office supplies?
‫آفس کے سامان کہاں ہیں؟‬
office ke samaan kahin hain?
I need envelopes and stationery.
‫مجھے لفافے اور خط لکھنے کے لیے کاغذ چاہیے‬
mujhe lifafay aur khat likhnay ke liye kaghaz chahiye
I need pens and markers.
‫مجھے بال پن اور مارکر چاہیے‬
mujhe baal pan aur markr chahiye
 
 
 
 
Where is the furniture?
‫فرنیچر کہاں ہیں؟‬
furniture kahin hain?
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers.
‫مجھے ایک الماری اور ایک صندوق چاہیے‬
mujhe aik almaari aur aik sandooq chahiye
I need a desk and a bookshelf.
‫مجھے لکھنے کی میز اور شیلف چاہیے‬
mujhe likhnay ki maiz aur chahiye
 
 
 
 
Where are the toys?
‫کھیلنے کا سامان کہاں ہے؟‬
khailnay ka samaan kahin hai?
I need a doll and a teddy bear.
‫مجھے ایک گڑیا اور ٹیڈی بئیر چاہیے‬
mujhe aik guria aur teddy chahiye
I need a football and a chess board.
‫مجھے فٹ بال اور شطرنج چاہیے‬
mujhe foot baal aur shatranj chahiye
 
 
 
 
Where are the tools?
‫کام کرنے کا سامان کہاں ہے؟‬
kaam karne ka samaan kahan hai?
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers.
‫مجھے ایک ہتھوڑی اور پلاس کی ضرورت ہے‬
mujhe aik hathori aur palase ki zaroorat hai
I need a drill and a screwdriver.
‫مجھے ایک ڈرل اور اسکرئیو ڈرائیور / پیچ کس کی ضرورت ہے‬
mujhe aik drill aur screwdriver ki zaroorat hai
 
 
 
 
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department?
‫زیورات کہیں ہیں؟‬
zewraat kahin hain?
I need a chain and a bracelet.
‫مجھے ایک ہار اور ایک کنگن کی ضرورت ہے‬
mujhe aik haar aur aik kangon ki zaroorat hai
I need a ring and earrings.
‫مجھے ایک انگوٹھی اور کانوں کی بالیوں کی ضرورت ہے‬
mujhe aik angothi aur kaanon ki baalion ki zaroorat hai
 
 
 
 


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